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employees tell "eyewitness news" the 28-year-old driver is under arrest and he is also facing dui charges. tonight a high school football player fights for his life. he was riding his skateboard home from a friend's house when driver ran him over. good evening everyone, i'm natasha brown. thanks for joining us. the person behind the wheel did not stop in this case ton night police hope a clue left at the scene will help them track down the driver. the 17-year-old was hit just before 2:00 o'clock this morning on north hook road at lee avenue in pennsville salem county, new jersey. "eyewitness news" reporter steve patterson has more. >> reporter: sickening reality of what happened on hook road is marked by neon orange circles. >> it's devastating. >> reporter: sneaker hat keys all items scattered from a young man more than 100 feet from where police would mark impact. >> it's kind of hard for us to look at this and think that was our classmate that got hit. >> reporter: classmate amber johnson wanted to see the for herself.
she left feeling angry. >> i honestly think this person needs to go to prison forest of their life. you don't hit a kid and get away with it. >> reporter: police say that person struck 1784 old kyle and showed no sign of slowing down or stopping. it happened shortly before 2:00 sunday morning near hook road and lee avenue. police say the star athlete junior from pennsville memorial high school was riding his long board home when he was hit and rushed to the hospital in critical condition. >> very noise kid. very loved in school everyone loves him. >> kyle long life friend and neighbor ryan gray remembers getting the news. >> i was like, couldn't even swallow. like i felt sick to my stomach when i woke up. >> reporter: police believe the vehicle is a houndy elantra based on debris found at the scene. friends and family have no choice but to wait for answers and hope kyle comes back. >> he's the nicest kid i've ever met. >> police say they are searching for a hyundai elantra not sure of what color it is but they do say it will have significant front end damage. so if you know or see anything you're asked to call police
immediately. natasha classmates say they will be wearing blue gold to school tomorrow as a show of support and solidarity for their classmate. reporting from salem county steve patterson cbs3 "eyewitness news". well a father is calling his son a hero for saving both of their lives after a fire broke out in their pennsauken home. it happened on the 2300 block of fin law of a just before 3:00 o'clock this afternoon. "eyewitness news" spoke to the father who said that he was asleep t. at the time while his son was watching television. his son woke him up and that's when he noticed the smoke and flames. >> i wouldn't be here if it wasn't for my son. if he wouldn't have woke us up, who knows? we were right -- sleeping right in the back room right where the fire happened. >> alex says that most of their belongings were destroyed in the fire. and they plan to stay with family no one was injured luckily but the cause is still under investigation. now turning to our weather. it's about to get a little warmer for us but we're also
tracking the chance of storms as we head into yet another work week. meteorologist justin drabick live on the cbs3 sky deck with the first forecast. justin. >> natasha, feel real nice outside. we had break from the heat and humidity today. high temperatures actually a little bit below average. we made it to 77 degrees officially at philadelphia international airport. where we should be this time of year 80 degrees record high for this date 98. so we're not talking about record temperatures coming up but notice increase in the humidity as well as the heat. very nice outside keep the windows open if you want right now. save a few bucks on the electric bill and knock off that ac. in the low 60s in south jersey and central delaware. mid and upper 60s the farther north and west you are away from the coastline. there are the coastal temperatures breeze right off the chilly atlantic ocean. so we're talking upper 50s low 60s at the jersey shore and delaware beaches. again the air mass still very dry we look at the dew point temperature. they're in the low and mid 50s. that's nice for this time of year. once you're in the 60s that's when it starts to feel humid that change will start to occur
during the day monday. some clouds rolling through the region right now call it partly cloudy but notice all the showers and storm activity still across the ohio val until will impact us later during the day monday. so we'll have a nice start to the day comfortable temperatures in the 60s at 9:00 o'clock with partly so mostly cloudy skies. really through noontime it stays dry. it's mid late afternoon start to see some storms arriving especially for philadelphia after 5:00 o'clock. it will impact your evening rush hour as temperatures will top off in the mid 80s here in center city watchout for the late day showers and storms. some could be strong to severe at the shore it stays dry temperatures in the mid 70s and up in the poconos better chance for showers and storms as welcoming up in the full forecast talk about these warmer temperatures how warm we get and we'll time out the showers and storms that's coming up in just a few more minutes. natasha, back over to you. >> thanks so much justin you can stay up to date on the forecast by downloading cbs philly weather app. you can track live radar and much much more it's free it's available now on i tunes and google play. now massive manhunt is
underway for two convicted killers they pulled off a stunning escape from new york's largest maximum security prison. cbs news correspondent henna daniels tells us there's now $100,000 reward for information leading to their capture. >> reporter: two convicted murderers are on the run after a daring weekend prison break. >> they could be literally anywhere. >> reporter: david sweat and richard matt escaped from the clinton correctional facility in upstate new york sometime between friday night and saturday morning. hundreds of officers are searching near the prison which is about 20 miles from the canadian border. sweat was serving a lifetime sentence without parole for killing a sheriff's deputy in 2002. matt was serving 25 years to life for kidnapping, killing and dismembering his former boss in 1997. prison officials say the men used power tools to bust through their cell wall. then they navigated a six-story high catwalk cut through a steal
pipes and emerged from nearby manhole. >> the governor says the sophisticated plan took awhile to execute. the convicts also left attaining note for investigators. allison davis lives across the street. >> how does this even happen? how could anybody let this happen? like just out? >> police in canada and mexico on high alert. matt was extradited back to the us from mexico after he broke out of a different prison on a burglary convict. both men are considered armed and extremely dangerous. hannah dan cells for cbs3 "eyewitness news". now the search is on for the gunman who shot a man at 16th and dave in fin in north physical. 48-year-old vick testimony won rounded around 5:30 this evening beat treagueed at temple university hospital and detectives are investigateing what led up to the shooting. also burlington township police say one person was seriously injured in motorcycle
crash this evening. it went off mt. holly and landed near a tree. investigators found the helmet on the side of the road. the cause of this crash is still under investigation. new jersey governor chris christie says he's very close to deciding whether he will join the 2016 republican race for president. today on face the nation he fired back at democratic front runner hillary clinton over her attack on new jersey's voter access policies. >> new jersey we have early voting that are available to people. i don't want to expand it increase the opportunities for fraud. maybe that's what mrs. clinton wants to do. i don't know. >> you're a truth teller. why don't you just say you're running. >> because i haven't made my mind up yet john. i'll make my mind up this month. >> serving as governor has prepared him to be president. also it's one of the biggest nights for broadway and you saw it right here on cbs3. local fans who couldn't make it to new york gathered for a watch party in the fairmount section of philadelphia party goers work
in the theater industry and celebrated tonight' as chief manies together. the big winner at the 69th annual tony awards was fun home for best musical some of the biggest names in stage and screen were at radio city music hall for the celebration of the year in theater. cbs news correspondent marley hall has the highlights now from new york. >> reporter:. >> helen mirren the audience report roar the queen reigned supreme on broadway as dame helen mirren won her first tony award for her role as queen elizabeth the second in the audience. >> this is an unbelievable honor honor. i'm so thrill. thank you very much indeed. >> reporter: the tony for best play went to the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. whichly scored a leading actor trophy for its star alex sharp. >> i just want to dedicate this to any young person who feels misunderstood or who feels different. >> comedies won in the musical acting category with trophies going to anna lee ashford for
you can't take it with you and christian boil for something rotten. >> i you had already get to do something rotten eight times a week. so this feels like an embarrassment of riches. >> broadway self may have been the biggest winner. stage productions took in nearly $1.4 billion this season and that's a record. the tony awards awards kept toes tap as host christian and allen comings guided the audience through 11 musical performances from commodes duets to full scale production and tommy tune accept add lifetime achievement award. >> marley hall for cbs3 "eyewitness news". great night for theater. stay with us. still ahead on "eyewitness news" tonight a cycling tradition returns to philadelphia hour competitors faired against the famed manayunk wall. plus a day at the beach turns into a nightmare for a teen-year-old little boy. we'll tell you about his frightening encounter with a shark. a police confrontation all
of it captured on camera. what led to the chaos at this teen pool party. justin? >> i'm tracking storms along with some hot temperatures and increased humidity this week. i'll show you the seven day forecast coming up. >> straight ahead in sports frenchy strikes again. jeff francoeur with another huge game but would it be enough for the phils to avoid the sweep? >> lesley has those highlights and more. there are a lot of channels on your tv but only so many you want to watch what if you could pay for the types of channels you want and not the ones you don't
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this confrontation near dallas was caught on cell phone video. take look. officers were responding to a disturbance call when according to police they were met by multiple juveniles refuseing to leave. one officer force add young woman to the ground. then pulled his gun on a group trying to intervene. the officer then told her to put her face to the ground and later niels on her back. >> it's something we'll have to look into to determine, you know what we're training as far as the officers and their reaction on the scene. any time you confront a large group of people, it's very dynamic situation. >> police say they made one arrest and are not aware of any injuries. everyone else was releaseed to a parent or guardian. some very frightening moments for a 10-year-old little boy who was bitten by by a shark at a florida beach today. t worst bites they've seen in a very long time. the boy was visiting cocoa beach with his family when he got bit by a four to 5-foot long shark in waist deep water. witnesses say the boy suffered
at least two bites. >> the second big wave we saw what looked to be a juvenile bull shark. hit the dark gray with the black and the black tip. probably about 15 seconds later we saw a group of people in knee high water and we heard scream screaming. >> the boy suffered a severe bite on his lower right calf. emergency crews wrapped his leg and quickly air live lifted him to the hospital. his condition is unknown at this time. also park rangers at differ denali national park in alaska are warning visitors to stay away from a certain resident. take a look there in this picture in the background. that's a moose and he is apparently response al for hurting at least three people near a campground one of the vick testimony was seriously injured. rangers say the moose is protect protecting two newborn calves. now the international cycling classic return to the streets of philadelphia today. hundreds of spectators lined the course from manayunk to kelly drive to the schuylkill river reporter terry greg of our
sister station kyw news radio tells us the centerpiece of this event is the iconic manayunk wall. >> reporter: one of the most grueling sections of philadelphia bike race is this stretch of manayunk avenue. >> it's all about the wall. so that's about like a one to three minute effort report roar cyclists train all year to take on the wall with the men making the climb nine times and the women six. >> it's a very steep hill. i'm not a climbing rider. so i have so much respect for the people who can do this. >> reporter: steep curves and hills in this race as well as the easy access to top cyclists make it an american classic and fan favorite. >> there's no other sport where you can come um and get this many autograph, hat chat with them and actually feel like you're getting to know someone. >> reporter: one of the key features of this bike race of course is the cheering section. the voices the whistles the cow bells at a place where every bit
of encouragement helps. other attractions are the parties and local celebrities. like long-time volunteer melvin moore who has a special way of keeping the cyclists motivated. >> come on, you can do it! pump it up. >> for the residents of manayunk the draw is a proximity. the great family event people bring their kids, they watch the race. i mean those athletes climbing that wall there's nothing like it. >> reporter: nothing like it indeed. like the fans who while on the side lines make the grueling climb a lot of fun. in manayunk terry greg kyw news radio for cbs3 "eyewitness news" news". here the winners. both received 30 thousands dollars for first place finishes. congratulations. also a celebration of italian culture in media delaware county today. hundreds came together to enjoy italian food, music and art at rose tree park for the annual italian american heritage
festival. there was a little something for everyone. all ages including italian cars, games and life entertainment. this is the event's sixth year. looks like everybody had great time an great day out there. >> beautiful weather. lack of humidity. it's june. delaware valley, you know, keep it real here it's going get hot and humid and with that usually get storm chances. we'll have to deal with that especially later during the afternoon tomorrow. goat that in just bit but still a few more hours of pleasant weather. take you outside right now. see what's happening. looking at the ben franklin bridge from campbell's field and just a nice night no matter where you are across the delaware valley. just some clouds role on through but we'll keep it dry until later tomorrow afternoon. let's talk about what will be happening this week. big change in the temperatures. today we were below average. average high right around 80, 81 degrees as we head into monday but we'll be above that as we kick off the new work week it looks like we peak with the high temperatures bite end of
the week approaching 99 especially wednesday thursday into friday. so if you like hot weather wait a few more days. it's going get here. but right now nice keep the windows open. nice breeze outside. i was out on the sky deck. can't beat it. mid 60s in philadelphia. 62 in trenton. and in south jersey. 59 comfortable degrees in mount pocono. how is it going to feel this week? we'll start to bring up that humidity so it's going to be feeling steamy on monday as well as tuesday. that's going to help fuel some showers and thunderstorms. we'll catch a little bit of a break wednesday for the middle of the week but bite end of the week it looks like that humidity starts to crank up once again. right now we're dry on storm scan3 here's the setup. high pressure over us right now so that's keeping us dry just some clouds but notice the line of showers across the great lakes. strong thunderstorms breaking out just south of chicago in the ohio valley. that cluster of showers and storms is along a cold front that will be approaching our region later tomorrow afternoon. so the first half of the day on monday does stay dry. but you'll notice the difference
in the air mass it will feel much more humid as this warm front moves on through winds kick up out of the south brings in that moisture watch out for the late afternoon evening strong to severe thunderstorms possible in some spots. now tuesday the front starts to move on through but still it's close enough to bring another shower or storm. and it looks like humidity levels don't drop a whole lot once that front passes but we'll be back to mostly sunny conditions for the middle of the week. all right. let's talk about that severe threat mainly monday afternoon into monday evening. areas in yellow here. that's northwest of philadelphia that's a slight risk that's basically the second level of the category here. so this spot the yellow has a higher risk of seeing the severe storms than around philadelphia and points east we'll be under the marginal risk but still the threat is there but the chance will be north and west of the city. lehigh valley, berks county western chester county. all right. let's time it out for you. tomorrow morning waking up the commute looks good. just some sunshine and clouds. even into the first half of the afternoon no problems but once we get to about 3:00 o'clock
areas north and west we'll start to see those shower and storm chances return and it looks like for the city it looks like late afternoon into the evening hours even commute six 7:00 o'clock start to see stronger showers and storms move on through and here we go tuesday still not finish but the coverage of the showers will be much smaller scattered so not everybody sees it. we'll talk about those temperatures tomorrow morning waking up comfortable low and mid 60s we surge into the mid 80s for afternoon highs. kind of the same deal on tuesday. mid 80s once again. the exception right along the immediate coastline we'll be in the 70s. all right. pleasant overnight partly cloudy 63 for center city cooler in the suburbs. a warm monday, parly sunny late day showers and storms storms watch out for severe storm potential. at the shore dry the whole day. 76, the breeze kicks up, though. that's going to bring moderate threat for rip currents ocean water at sixty-seven here's the extended forecast. mid 80s monday and tuesday with some shower and storm chances. we'll get a break for the end of the week but just hot and humid
so ladies look out for the hair right there. >> yeah. >> i know. >> always looking out for for our hair. >> i'll hook you. >> thanks justin. lesley has sports highlights. >> great day down at the ballpark fighting looking to avoid the sweep again the giants and jeff francoeur definitely doing this part and could the cavs even their nba final series witness warriors? we'll have highlights another wild one in oaklan
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ask me. sincerely, elizabeth trackler samantha parke robert kennedy deanna morrison jared duemling alex payne started my camry. remembered the choices i've made. to be bold where others are scared. to show her right from wrong. and realized my little girl had become an amazing human being who will make choices of her own. toyota let's go places. >> a little phillies action for us lessly. >> right before they head out of town a three game series in cincinnati tomorrow. this afternoon they looked to avoid the sweep against cincinnati. pick it up in the seventh all tied at line. francoeur lace as line drive down the left field line. galvis scores and check out ben
regiere veer laying out as he crosses home that make it five-three. phils headed into the ninth up six to three and jonathan papelbon allowed one run with the tying run on second to get brandon crawford swinging. phillies within this one, six to four. >> kev game two of the nba finals as the cavaliers look to even that series with the warriors. we'll pick things up in the second quarter. clay thompson dishes it to former sixer andre iguodala slam home the ally-oop. warriors down five at that point. then in the fourth the cavs pulling away. lebron james drains the three. that puts cleveland up 11 with three minutes to go. not so fast. >> golden state battles back. seven seconds left. curry the finger roll that had tie the game. 10 seconds left in overtime. matthew, with the free throw. that will put the cavs back on top. 94-93. curry had had shot for the
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in the 11th annual katz jcc kids triathlon today. "eyewitness news" in cherry hill, camden county the community cheered on the kids seven through 12 as they made their way to the finish line. today was all about promoting healthy competition. it seems like there's competition for everything these days. even pogo sticks believe it or not. this is pogo pa lewis so in jacksonville, flor. the competition featured fearless free style jumpers and extreme stickhandlers. categories includeed best trick and highest jump. what happened to just back in the day you just jumped around a little bit. >> lesley was going to go but she to work this week glenn she was going to do a couple of flips. thank you so much for joining us of one. for lesley, justin, all of us here i
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